Adroddiad blynyddol – tir canol – annual review

Rydym wedi gorffen ein Adroddiad blynyddol cyntaf Tir Canol yn ddiweddar, sy’n crynhoi rhai o’n prif weithgareddau rhwng 2022 a 2023. Gallwch ddarllen yr adroddiad hwn ar-lein yn Gymraeg neu Saesneg drwy ddilyn y dolenni isod! Mae’r cyfnod hwn o fywyd y prosiect yn un arwyddocaol, wrth i ni ddechrau chwilio am ffyrdd o gyflawni’r prosiectau a’r gweledigaethau cyffrous a osodwyd yn ystod y prif gyfnod Cyd-ddylunio (rhwng 2019 a 2021). Rydym yn edrych ymlaen yn at symud ymlaen gyda momentwm a thyfu fel partneriaeth yn y cammau a flynyddoedd nesaf, a chroesawn ein Rheolwr Prosiect newydd wrth i Siân Stacey gymryd blwyddyn i ffwrdd ar gyfer cyfnod mamolaeth. Croeso i Heledd Wyn Hardy!

Os oes gennych unrhyw gwestiynau neu os hoffech gysylltu, mae croeso i chi wneud hynny trwy’r dudalen Cysylltu ar y wefan.

We’ve recently finished our first Tir Canol annual review, which summarises some of our main activities between 2022 and 2023. You can read this report online in Welsh or English by following the links below! This period of the project’s life is a significant one, as we began to seek ways of delivering the exciting projects and visions that were laid out during the main Co-design period (between 2019 and 2021). We’re really excited to move forward with momentum and grow as a partnership in the next phase, and welcome our new Project Manager on board as Siân Stacey takes a year away for maternity leave. Croeso i Heledd Wyn Hardy!

If you have any questions or would like to get in touch, please feel free to do so through the Contact page on the website.

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